Giorgio Cambiotti (1931-2004) was one of the pioneers of the Italian erotic comic strip. From 1968 he worked at Studio Rosi. There he drew several episodes of “Kriminal,” “Messalina” and “Reno Kid. He is best known as the creator of ‘Jacula,’ the heroine-vampire and protagonist of about 100 adventures from 1969 to 1982. The comic also reached French and German audiences.
Cambiotti also drew stories for the German (“Perry Rhodan”), British (“Artiglio D’Acciaio”) and American (“Twilight Zone,” “Star Trek,” stories for Starstream) markets. In the 1970s he drew ‘La Donna di Satana’ and ‘Yasmine’ and worked with Spada Publishing, where he drew several stories with ‘Mandrake’ and ‘The Phantom’ in 1972. He then began contributing to Ediperiodici, Eura Editoriale and Casa Editrice Universo.
Below you can see some examples of his work (from Hostage and Jacula):
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